Indeed, technology often gets blamed for handwriting's demise. But in an interesting twist, new software for touch-screen devices, such as the iPad, is starting to reinvigorate the practice."
Asimov has written several stories with a similar theme. People discovering ancient practices rendered obsolete by new technology.
In that order, based on my usage pattern for the last 18 months.
The most used keys were Enter, Space, Tab, A
Since this is a free and open source tool, it should be possible to save a copy of the key as well as the scrambled message as soon as it is received, so that it can be decrypted at any later time.
It is explicitly mentioned in the article that the aim of this is not to prevent the recipient from saving a copy. It is to prevent decryption at the lots of other places where it might be cached since the key is destroyed after a short while.
Extending your logic, there should be exactly zero votes for:
No answer at all; I refuse to vote.
If you make the cat click on the 'I Agree' button, doesn't that make the cat the actual licensed end user, not you? Meaning you're actually using your software unlicensed (gasp!)?
AFAIK, you do not need a license to *use* the software. You need one in order to distribute it.
AFAIK, an allotrope is just a different spatial arrangement of atoms without any transfer of electrons. However, in this case, the arrangement is such that there is a transfer of charge from one set of atoms to another.
How can an element be ionic? Classical chemistry textbooks indicate that charge transfer occurs when atoms have different electronegativities and this automatically disqualifies pure elements as possible ionic phases. Boron finds a surprising solution to this problem â" its new structure contains two very different types of nanoclusters, B12 icosahedra (blue in the figure above) and B2 dumbbells (orange in the figure above). The electronic structures of these two clusters are very different â" in fact, the dependence of electronic properties on the size of the cluster is well known and is the main idea of nanotechnology. Electronegativities of the B12 icosahedra and B2 pairs are different, and this causes charge redistribution and the emergence of partial ionicity in this elemental structure.
Consider the postage stamp: its usefulness consists in the ability to stick to one thing till it gets there. -- Josh Billings